David Plank

Policy Analysis for California Education

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Professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education and Executive Director of Policy Analysis for California Education,  an independent research center based at Stanford University, UC Berkeley, and USC

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As a regent of the University of California, Governor Brown voted "No" in November, when President Janet  Napolitano proposed increased tuition .

Has Governor Brown Declared War on the University of California?

As a regent of the University of California, Governor Brown voted "No" in November, when President Janet Napolitano proposed increased tuition .

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